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  • February 2016 HTIP Slider

    Register for the February Hot Topics Webinar

    The next Hot Topics, "Lessons on Stakeholder Engagement from the Washington State Suicide Prevention Plan," is Tuesday, February 23, from noon to 1 p.m. PT.

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  • 2015 Field Placement Project

    Project Highlights From 2015 Field Placement Recipient

    Emily Turk, a recipient of funding in 2015, describes her experience documenting the health effects of toxic vapor exposure on Hanford tank workers.

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  • 2016 Field Placements and Collaborative Projects

    Funding Available for Student Public Health Projects in 2016

    Applications for collaborative projects and field placements are now being accepted. Certain practicum and capstone experiences may qualify. Proposals will be funded up to $1,500.

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  • 2016 PERLC PERRC Announcement

    Two New Emergency Preparedness Projects in 2016

    NWCPHP is pleased to continue its nearly fifteen-year tradition of supporting emergency preparedness research and training efforts with two new projects.

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  • We Are Public Health - January 2016

    We Are Public Health - January 2016

    Feet First collaborated with key allies to pass a bill that would review every traffic collision involving pedestrian injuries or fatalities and make recommendations for prevention.

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NWCPHP promotes excellence in public health by linking academia and practice.

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"Today’s leaders have a responsibility to grow tomorrow’s leaders. Sending our high-performing employees who show potential for leadership positions to the NWPHLI is a way for us to act on that responsibility. It also helps us retain those valuable employees in our agency. That’s a win-win nobody should pass up."

—John Wiesman, DrPH, MPH
Secretary of Health, Washington State